18 Bowes Avenue, Edgecliff

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Hidden amongst a verdant landscape and part of a much-admired row of terraces, this charming home is one of only a handful of properties with direct frontage and access to leafy Trumper Park. Set at the end boasting a rare combination of tranquil parkfront living and convenience, the property is set less than 100 metres from the Edgecliff Centre & station. Showcasing terrific natural light throughout, the home features a generous lounge, separate dining, timber gas kitchen, an elevated rear courtyard, full bathroom and laundry. Upstairs accommodation includes 2 bedrooms, the main with private balcony and second with built-in storage. Part terrace, part treehouse this hidden retreat presents a unique opportunity in a rare never-to-be-built-out location.

Park frontage in exclusive cul-de-sacNever-to-be-built-out lush leafy viewsSpacious lounge and separate diningSky-lit character timber gas kitchenMain bedroom with private balconyFull bathroom with separate laundryElevated rear courtyard, large forecourtSky-lights & great natural light throughoutCharacter features, polished timber floorsLess than 100m from the Edgecliff CentreFootsteps to city trains, buses & shopsQuick walk through park to Trumper OvalEasy access to Paddington gallery precinct
Council rates $417pq
Water rates $165pq

Suburb Guide


Nestled in between Woollahra, Darling Point and Bondi Junction, the diminutive suburb of Edgecliff is made up of only 15 streets, conveniently located just 3km from the CBD. It's largely known for its business and retail hub, the Edgecliff Centre, where a collection of supermarkets, specialty stores and office suites set above the train and bus depot makes this epicentre a hive of activity. Edgecliff borders the green acreage of Trumper Park and with the exception of its two main thoroughfares – Edgecliff Road and Ocean Street – its residential streets are an oasis of tranquility.

This leafy suburb features many stately Victorian terraces and charming, refurbished workers' cottages, in addition to a range of large, older-style apartments (many beautifully preserved from the '20s and '30s), contemporary resort-style developments and luxurious townhouses. Nothing seems far from your front door if you live in Edgecliff, with cosmopolitan Double Bay shopping and charming Woollahra café society within a short walk.

Suburb Features


  • Ascham School
  • Double Bay Public School
  • Glenmore Road Public School
  • Sydney Grammar Edgecliff Preparatory School
  • The Scots College Prep School
  • Woollahra Public School


  • Centennial Parklands
  • Double Bay Park
  • Double Bay Steyne Park and Ferry
  • Rushcutters Bay Park
  • Trumper Park


  • Bei Amici
  • Flavour of India Edgecliff
  • Makizo
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